The Clinton Foundation is under an FBI probe! That's the shocking claim of author and Breitbart Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, who appeared on Fox News Monday.
Schweizer, who wrote Clinton Cash, the book that exposed the most shocking allegations about how the Clintons amassed their wealth, told host Sean Hannity that he believes Clinton's charity is under investigation.
"And to what extent do you think now our law enforcement — because we never got an answer from James Comey as to whether or not the Clinton Foundation is still being investigated. To what extent do you think all of this is being investigated?" Hannity asked.
"I can tell you, Sean — I can't go into detail. But I can tell you on personal experience that I know the FBI is investigating the Clinton Foundation," Schweizer said.
When Hannity pressed for further detail, Schweizer refused to reveal more information, but confirmed again that the FBI was "doing it at present."
Schweizer was on the show to talk about what he believes to be Clinton's shady ties with Russia. He also detailed those allegations in a recently published Wall Street Journal article.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, Clinton had been part of a U.S. initiative while secretary of state to improve relations with Russia. The "Russian Reset" was intended to get the U.S. and Russia on better terms and eventually enable Russia have it's own Silicon Valley.
Clinton was in charge of getting U.S. companies involved in the operation, but soon after the partnership was formed "U.S. military and law enforcement agencies began to warn that the Russians were using the program for defense related purposes — which was outside the stated scope of the program," Lawnewz reported.
Schweizer noted that both Bill and Hillary reaped financial gains from donations given by those involved in the partnership. The majority of the U.S. and European companies involved the project had donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation or sponsored Bill Clinton's speeches and some on the Russian side had even contributed to the Clinton Foundation. These donations cold have influenced Hillary's decisions, Schweizer alleges.